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Things To Do In Zion

Planning a hiking trip at Zion National Park can be little bit challenging unless you prepared well and planned properly to explore the park to you are content. Proper planning and guidance can help you explore the beautiful Zion, as it has several things to offer to all visitors and of all age groups. 1. Read the full article…

Trails Update – date posted Sep 30, 2016

SOUTH RIM: Due to recent rain the Bright Angel Trail experienced washouts in multiple locations. The trail is closed to all mule traffic. It currently is open to foot traffic, all hikers should proceed with extreme caution. Crews are evaluating the trail. NORTH RIM: Everything on the North Rim INSIDE the park boundary (all roads Read the full article…

Jeeping Zion National Park

There exists several wonderful ways that one can enjoy outdoors. Among them is hiking, biking, camping, fishing, and rock climbing. Nonetheless, jeeping is often overlooked but is one of the best ways to enjoy outdoor activities in Zion. Jeeping is a fun filled activity for the whole family which can also be combined with other Read the full article…

Final Phase of Waste Removal Project at Scout Lookout to be Rescheduled Again

Final Phase of Waste Removal Project at Scout Lookout to be Rescheduled Again

Zion National Park’s Fall Shuttle Schedule

Shuttle Schedules Change September 25, 2016

CCC Statue Dedication on Monday, September 26, 2016

Civilian Conservation Corps Remembered at Zion National Park

Final Phase of Waste Removal Project at Scouts Lookout to be Rescheduled

The original plan was to remove the waste barrels on Thursday, September 22, but the project will be rescheduled for Tuesday, September 27.

5 “Do’s” When Staying In A Hotel

1. Always Lock Up It’s easy to feel safe and comfortable once you’re in the room and the “Do Not Disturb” sign is hanging on the door. The unfortunate thing though is that when staying in a hotel most people become less security conscious and break-ins happen or unexpected visitors show up and more. It Read the full article…

Waste Removal Work to Briefly Close Scout Lookout, Angels Landing and Zion Canyon Scenic Drive

Hikers expecting to do Scout Lookout and Angels Landing should plan an alternative activity during these times.

Report from the North Rim – date posted Sep 13, 2016

Grand Canyon National Park’s North Rim is open for the 2016 season. The last day for most concessioner services and regularly scheduled ranger-led programs will be October 15, 2016. The National Park Service will continue its operations including the visitor center, bookstore, and Backcountry Information Office through October 31.November 1 through December 1the North Rim Read the full article…